Shenzhen SXL Information Technology, Chinese manufacturer of contactless cards and dual interface cards, is a new licence partner of LEGIC Identsystems Ltd, a leading provider of smart card technology for personal identification. The partnership will allow SXL Information Technology to benefit from the advanced LEGIC advant security and to offer contactless credentials based on a state-of-the-art technology. The cards will be mainly applied by end users for identification at access control and time and attendance readers as well as parking meter terminals.
As a professional manufacturer of all kinds of identification credentials, Shenzhen SXL Information Technology expands its expertise by integrating the latest LEGIC advant technology and so reacts to the increasing demand of LEGIC based products in China. The company’s product portfolio involves manufacturing and personalization of cards for a large variety of applications such as access control, time & attendance and parking meter applications. Agreeing on the partnership LEGIC continuously strengthens its market growth in Asia.
"We are looking forward to integrate the new LEGIC advant technology. It meets our customers' demands and helps us to ensure a high quality of our products and to set a standard for the whole industry. It will also be a great honour to work with LEGIC as one of the most powerful global players in contactless identification technology", says Shuiyang Pan, General Manager of Shenzhen SXL Information Technology. "The decision for LEGIC was an important step for our future business."
Dr Otto Eggimann, Vice President Sales and Business Development of LEGIC, is expecting thriving business opportunities: "Our partnership is based on mutual benefits. The flexibility of our technology is a decisive factor for SXL Information Technology. For LEGIC, this partnership is essential as it enlarges our business network in China as one of our main future markets. LEGIC credentials will certainly gain in importance also in Asia as one of the standard technologies for personal identification."